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the modern park 1
many old houses 2
the industrial centre 3
an interesting station 4
the pretty church 5
a busy cake shop 6
new restaurants 7
a quiet museum 8
the small park 9
few clean cars 10
the modern park 1 el parque moderno
many old houses 2 muchas casas viejas
the industrial centre 3 el centro industrial
an interesting station 4 una estación interesante
the pretty church 5 la iglesia bonita
a busy cake shop 6 la pastelería animada
new restaurants 7 restaurantes nuevos
a quiet museum 8 un museo tranquilo
the small stadium 9 el estadio pequeño
few clean cars 10 pocos coches limpios
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